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Transfer Wednesdays - Session Two

Delaware State University is hosting “Transfer Wednesdays,” on November 12 for students who are interested in transferring to the University. Prospective students will have an opportunity to speak one-on-one with an admissions coordinator, learn about financial aid, have their transcripts evaluated to find out which credits will transfer, and schedule future meetings with their academic department.

Transfer Wednesdays - Session One

Delaware State University is hosting “Transfer Wednesdays,” on November 5 for students who are interested in transferring to the University. Prospective students will have an opportunity to speak one-on-one with an admissions coordinator, learn about financial aid, have their transcripts evaluated to find out which credits will transfer, and schedule future meetings with their academic department.

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Continuing Education & Non-Degree Students

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If you are starting out with an associate's degree, some college credit or none at all, we can support you on your path to success! We offer hundreds of online professional development courses, degree completion and non-credit enrichment courses.Register for a for-credit DSU course:Select your DSU coursesComplete applicationPay your bill before the deadline (click on QuikPay)Contact the Office of Records and Registration at 302.857.6375 for more information. Register for a professional development course: Select your professional development coursesComplete applicationPay your bill before the deadlineHave questions about professional development courses? Contact the Office of Adult & Continuing Education at 302.857.6820 for more information. 

High School Counselors

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As a high school counselor you have the important job of helping students make one of the most important decisions in their lives. Choosing the right college! Here you will find useful information about DSU that you can share with your students. Have questions along the way? Contact one of our Admissions Counselors.  1. About DSU Early Bird Program  Admissions Counselors Tuition & Fees Financial Aid Majors and concentrations Housing and Residential Education Net Price Calculator   2. Campus Visit Opportunities for Students Open House Hornet Days   3. Student Admissions Information Getting Started First Year Students  

Parents

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It’s important for you to stay involved as your student starts college. That’s why we aim to keep you up to date with information and resources to support your student during his or her time at DSU.  1. Explore DSU Getting Started Admissions Counselors Tuition & Fees Housing and Residential Education Financial Aid Net Price Calculator   2. Visit Campus Schedule a campus visit Attend Open House   3. Enroll Your Student  New Student Orientation Accepted student checklist   4. Stay Connected Sign-up for Parent Buzz Newsletter Resources for DSU parents  Parents Day  

Admissions

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You are immediately welcomed into our close-knit, diverse and energetic campus community when you come to Delaware State University. At DSU, you’ll receive personal attention from faculty in smaller classes, immerse yourself in hands-on learning to land your dream job and get face time with the president. Our beautiful 350-acre campus is close to everything! Explore nearby Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washington, DC or spend a weekend at the Delaware or Maryland Beaches. Come see why Delaware State University is one of the top Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the nation!  
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Office of Admissions

1200 North DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901
302.857.6351
800.845.2544 (toll free)
302.857.6352 (fax)
admissions@desu.edu



Admissions Dates and Deadlines

February 1    Apply for fall semester
March 17      Apply for financial aid
May 31         Apply for housing
November 1  Apply for spring semester
June 1          Parent PLUS Loan & alternative loans
July 28         Register for orientation
July 15         Submit student health form
 

Military & Veteran Students

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For the past three years, Delaware State University has received the Military Friendly School award. We pride ourselves on having a dedicated Office of Veteran Affairs coordinator with military experience who can help guide your transition from military life to college student.  VA and G.I. Benefits  Delaware State University offers excellent educational benefits to our military and veteran students, including: Six elective credits based on their discharge papers. (eligible and enrolled students) In-state tuition for active duty military students and National Guard and Reserve members who are stationed in Delaware. Recognition of the American Council on Education-recommended college credits for professional military education, training courses and occupational experience of service members and veterans.  Coordination of vocational, educational and professional counseling, evaluation of abilities and aptitudes, tutoring and rehabilitative services, and VA Work-Study opportunities available from the Department of Veterans Affairs. If you're eligible or have eligible dependents, Delaware State University’s Office of Veterans Affairs can give you the personal attention you may need to manage and administer education benefit programs, including: Active Duty Post 9/11 Montgomery GI Bill* Yellow Ribbon Program**  Vocational Rehabilitation Selected Reserves Survivors and Dependents Educational Benefits * Under the Post 9/11 program, eligible military students attending DSU’s VA-approved Flight School may currently receive up to $10,970 in tuition and fees per academic year. ** DSU matches VA up to 50 percent of unmet out-of-state tuition and fee charges for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students eligible for Yellow Ribbon.   
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